The I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2021 line up has been confirmed including a pop star, multiple soap stars and a retired Premier League footballer.
The show is set to return to our screens Sunday 21 November for its 21st series.
It will make a return to the Welsh castle for the second year in a row due to coronavirus restrictions.
Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly will return as hosts and put the new line up of celebrity contestants through their paces as they battle the Welsh elements.
Here is the full line up of who will be battling to be crowned king or queen of the castle…
EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt is best known for his role as Ian Beale.
The 53-year-old star has reportedly signed a large deal to appear on the show, with bosses reportedly being 'very excited' about the appearance
Speaking to The Sun, an insider said: "Adam was a big target for the casting team — he is a soap legend and is certain to be a huge hit with fans."
Naughty Boy, whose real name is Shahid Khan, was reportedly supposed to be entering the castle last year but dropped out last minute, being replaced with BBC Radio 1 DJ Jordan North.
The producer has collaborated with the likes of Beyoncé, Sam Smith and Emeli Sande but will now be swapping the recording studio for the Welsh castle.
Simon Gregson, who has played his character Steve McDonald for the last 32 years on Coronation Street is another celeb set to take on the castle.
It has been reported by The Sun that Simon has been asked to appear on the show a number of times as well as turning down other reality shows in the past.
Arlene Phillips is set to be I'm A Celeb's oldest ever contestant at 78-years-old.
It is also thought that Arlene may be in line to replace John Barrowman on Dancing On Ice when it returns to our screens in early 2022.
But first she will be swapping glam for the miserable weather in just a few weeks.
Frankie Bridge has been rumoured to be entering the show multiple times before but it seems she is finally taking on the challenge.
She will be following in the footsteps of her husband Wayne who competed in the show back in 2016 where he finished sixth.
It is thought that Frankie has been offered a large sum for her appearance.
Richard Madeley has been rumoured to go on I'm A Celeb for the last few weeks and now it has finally been confirmed.
He is no stranger to the show as his son-in-law rugby star James Haskell, 36 competed in 2019.
Richard is thought to be a huge fan of the show so he'll be raring to go.
Matty Lee is known for being a gold medal Olympic diver who is partnered with Tom Daley in the sport.
The 23-year-old first shot to fame last summer when he competed in the Olympic games and is thought to be excited for the challenged of the castle.
Kadeena Cox has competed in the Paralympics where she won multiple medals and the star started off as an able-bodied athlete in 2014 before she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
She also recently won Celebrity Masterchef as well as appearing on Channel 4’s The Jump in 2017, Celebrity Great British Bake Off in 2018.
Snoochie Shy whose real name is Cheyenne Davide is believed to be trying her hand at the show this year.
The radio host has worked on Radio 1 Extra for the past three years but also works as a model, brand ambassador and presenter.
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Danny Miller has been rumoured to go on the show before but is finally entering the camp.
The actor recently announced the arrival of his child with fiancé Steph Jones who was born last month.
He has appeared in Emmerdale on and off since 2008 but will be taking a break while he goes on I'm A Celeb.
54-year-old David Gonola is well known for playing for Paris Saint-Germain before moving to Premier League clubs Aston Villa, Newcastle and Tottenham.
Back in May 2016 David had a cardiac arrest when playing a charity football match and then went into a coma.
Since then he has had a quadruple bypass which took six hours.
DJ Locksmith won't be entering the castle straight away as he will be in lockdown on standby if one of the other celebs has to leave.
The star's real name is Leon Rolle and recently starred on Celebrity SAS so I'm A Celeb shouldn't be too difficult for him.
He is best known for being part of the dance four-piece Rudimental from Hackney.
Louise Minchin only just left her job presenting BBC Breakfast which caused rumours that she could be taking on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
The journalist had a successful career but will be swapping TV studios for Bush Tucker Trials in no time.
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